Let's Pretend We're Gods

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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby snowflakeseal1234 » October 25th, 2015, 11:16:53 am

Pepedess
Pepedess is the goddess of memes. Her minions are clones of Pepe, and she rules the Internet alongside her husband, Dogius. She looks like a translucent, ginormous frog, and she wears hoodies with memes on them.
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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby ultima89 » October 27th, 2015, 7:28:17 pm

This god is believed to be the cause of decay and the one who guides souls after death. He first removes the soul from the body, then slowly breaks the body down and removes it piece by piece as he brings it to its final destination (aka why things rot). He is often depicted as a rotting tree or a black skeleton. His depiction is commonly seen engraved onto coffins or in the form of dead branches scattered around burial sites. It is said that if you pray to him,
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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby Yaavi » November 25th, 2015, 10:40:43 pm

Silex or Rathius. RAY-thee-use

this is the goddess of inner power and empowerment. She is small and quick. When someone is in need of her desperately, she enters their mindscape, and her soul swells to explosion, submerging the mind in her soul. They then feel empowered and suddenly come up with excellent ideas!
there is a downside... the person she affects sometimes comes up with excellent EVIL ideas.

a few people inspired by her;
Lincoln, Hitler, Obama, Alex Hirsch, and many, many, many, many more

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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby Psixi » March 2nd, 2016, 6:31:22 pm

Ethoie - Kind Goddess of the Still Water.

Ethoie is the goddess of wisdom, standstill and thought. It is she who stops progress and halts hurry, letting the world remain still long enough for people to ponder on themselves. Being responsible for the greatest thinkers, she often well hailed by philosophers and scholars as a deity able to grant them inspiration and good circumstances for work.
Small, deep ponds are often blessed by her name, and are used as places of meditation and prayer instead of temples; often wealthier citizens have such a pool in their gardens, whether they personally want the goddess's blessing or not.
It is said, that if you stop some rushing water long enough for the mud to settle, you can see Ethoie's face from the deep, dark blue depths. Often depicted as a thoughtfully smiling woman with long grey hair, sitting on a bench beside a pond and with her right hand raised as if stopping something.

Called "Bane of Change, Slayer of Motion, gentlewoman Ethoie, Protectress of Thought and Meaning", as she is not counted among the main pantheon of gods.


Cama, God of
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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby Vmarci » April 6th, 2016, 2:26:32 pm

Cama is the god of dust and punishment
This god is believed to be the creator of deserts and wastelands, and he tortures evil people in the undreworld. His sacred animal is the fly. He is often depicted as a hairy young man with insect wings and a small shovel. According to legends, he is the father of the Nuthh, a race of savage giants with three eyes and a serpent tail. He is worshipped by nomads in the deserts.


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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby Dragotyranniraptor » April 9th, 2016, 11:52:53 am

Burkurt, primordial god of all animals extinct.
Some may mistake him as an evil force responsible for the deaths of species, but in reality he is only the escort to guide the creatures to haven when their time is up. He is older than earth itself, and has sent countless beings to rest before our sun was even born.

Dokira, smelly god of
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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby Elfidea » April 17th, 2016, 10:11:27 am

Dokira, smelly god of exploration. He guides the adventurous people towards the good way if they get lost, or he whispers secretly the location of unexplored islands. However, make sure to attract his favors, or he will cast storms and mazes on your path...

Johannah, godess of...
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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby Psixi » April 27th, 2016, 3:07:09 pm

Johannah, wise goddess of Protection from Help.

The road to ruin is paved wide,
With the fair intentions of those,
Who to help us desperately strive.


This fair goddess is the handmaid of the elderly god of wisdom, and she protects mortals from godly 'help' as well as human follies. It is a truth, that many people, who with great fervor seek to aid their fellows, do much more often harm than good. Johannah guides those with good intentions to help wisely and well, and also protects people from the harm of poor, over ardent and misplaced 'help'.
She does not instill the spirit of generosity, but tends to it, and makes sure it does not lead people astray. Thus, Johannah is also often called the goddess of tact, sense, perception, intuition and staidness, as well as good judgement.
In myths, Johannah is often responsible for subtle interference with other god's plans, to prevent them from meddling with or bringing harm to mortals. For this reason, she is praised as one that can help protect from the mischief of the gods and goddesses of fancies, love and misfortune.

This goddess is depicted as a lovely and mature girl, just shy of womanhood, tall and with golden locks tied into a fair braid. Her statues and likenesses are often sitting up straight on a bench, a book or scroll in her lap, or sometimes with paper and a quill. Johannah is said to favor small tree blossoms, and such branches are offered up to her on her sacred day.

The ones who pray to this goddess are often old men and women, along with crones, scribes and people of learning. Young woman are also encouraged to seek her blessing, as well as all young people and those who must act with decorum or bring aid to others, which makes her especially popular among priestesses and clerics, even those in service to other gods.
She is not that popular or spectacular a god as others, and has a spot of lower importance in the pantheon, yet is well respected and held in high regard by many people with learning and knowledge.



Pankaroa, goddess of
I know God will not give me anything I can not handle.
I just wish He didn't trust me so much.

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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby Wendigo » May 13th, 2016, 6:51:12 am

Pankaroa; Goddess of soft and warm things
This Goddess is worshiped by "Pankoarians", who beleived the Godess to have been the creator of all things warm and soft.

The legend goes that "Pankaroa" was a traveler, hailing from all lands in search of a 'perfect' home. She had traveled far and wide in search of a land she could call her own. Pankaroa knew she needed to find a stable and safe home to protect her from predators, one not too far from the forest, so she could contineau traveling during the day.

Eventually her wanderlust led her to a lone tree swaying by a lake in meek solitude. Its leaves the texture of velvet, the branches felt like touching soft silk. Even the rough bark of the tree felt more like touching leather than wood. Intrigued, Pankaroa decided to rest a few nights in the soft tree.

Day after day, Pankaroa would travel around the forest, and night after night, she would return to the tree. The tree was so soft and warm that Pankaroa eventually decided to live there.

One day after a particularly long travel, Pankaroa discovered a small village deep in the darkest parts of the woods where no sunlight reached. The people there were sick and often shivering. Pankaroa discovered that no warmth was garnered in this village, and neither was comfort, if the stone-built houses were anything to go by.The village was sleep-deprived from the poor sleeping conditions the stone made. The villagers were sore muscled to do day-to-day tasks and could hardly hunt from their aches. The villagers would shiver in their homes at night when the sun would fall and the moon would take its place.

Saddened by what she had seen, Pankaroa decided to return to her tree and used the materials to make the village more livable. So, Pankaroa plucked down all the leaves from the velvet tree and returned to the village, giving them to the people, she said "Use the soft leaves as a cover to lay on, instead of your hard stone beds."

Thankful, the village hugged Pankaroa and did as she said. When Pankaroa came the next day, she saw that the village was no longer sore or tired, they seemed well rested and were able to catch more wild animals and forage more then they had previously.

But looking at the people, she noticed they were still shivering and that the illness hadn't dissipated. Concerned, Pankaroa fled back to her tree and used a large knife to cut off the branches. Stripping the soft bark, Pankaroa shed the branch down to the healthy green, and only then did she use the fresh juices of the branches skin, to filter into a small water-skin. She collected other herbs among the forest and used it in the brew to create medicine. When the tree was bare, and all her water-skins were full, Pankaroa returned to the village and gave them the medicine.

Thankful, the village praised Pankaroa, gifting her with food and water in return for her help, and sent her on her way back to her tree-home in gratitude. When she got there, she smiled sadly at her barren tree, and went to sleep.

The next day when Pankaroa returned to the village, she discovered they were healthy, well-rested, but still going cold at night. Wanting to prevent further illness, Pankaroa returned to her tree, and with tears in her eyes, chopped up her only home in to thin strips of wood. She returned with the last of the tree to the village, instructing them to pin the wood around the house to act and an insulator. Grateful, the village did as instructed and did not go cold in the night again.

Pankaroa, seeing her job well-done, returned to where her velvet tree-home once was and wept. She wept long into the night before succumbing to sleep. And when she did sleep, she slept long and hard, not noticing until too late when a wolf happened upon her. She was gobbled up

Days passed and the villagers grew worried. Concerned, they tracked Pankaroa to where she last traveled. When they saw her mutilated body, the villagers wept. To thank Pankaroa for all she had done, the villagers contineaud to give her gifts of wild meat and berries everyday, to thank her for the warmth and comfort she had given the village.

It is said that every spring a new velvet tree would grow for the village to re-use, and that the villagers knew that somewhere in the world, where-ever Pankaroa would be, it was her contineauing to share the warmth and comfort she had once given.

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Re: Let's Pretend We're Gods

Postby Psixi » June 30th, 2016, 9:45:33 am

Ganyth, quiet god of Swallows and Uneasy Waters

This god is the sentry of the land. Ganyth has both the gifts of far-sight and fore-sight (prophecy), leaving no matter unknown to him. Yet he does not speak, only sending warnings in the form of restless animals and cold winds when he sees danger approach. Thus, his followers are often called to read these signs and pass on the god's warnings to the people.
Often portrayed as a weary traveler resting upon a hillside, Ganyth is depicted as lame, unable to walk, and lacking a voice, which he exchanged for the powers of sight. Yet his warnings are always worth heeding, and woe befalls those who disregard the mute god. They say the cold wind is Ganyth trying to scream a warning, and waters become uneasy when he is anxious. Swallows and crows pass on his messages in their flights, and when great horror approaches he paints the sunrises red with blood.

For all of this, Ganyth is worshiped by old people in villages, guardsmen, crones as as well as men of government and power, official and officers. Kings and generals await his blessing, to always be fore-warned. He is also thought to be especially kind to cripples.


Olliet, god of
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